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Bauhaus master Herbert Bayer arrived in Aspen in the 1940s, after having fled the Nazis in Europe. Several of his works made their way down to Denver, most significantly “Articulated Wall,” an 85-foot-tall stack of yellow bars in the Denver Design Cent…


Bauhaus master Herbert Bayer arrived in Aspen in the 1940s, after having fled the Nazis in Europe. Several of his works made their way down to Denver, most significantly “Articulated Wall,” an 85-foot-tall stack of yellow bars in the Denver Design Cent…

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